Sarah Morgan Apprentice Polly Prince is a marketing genius. She never attended college but she found a home in a father’s marketing firm. Read “Doukakis’s Apprentice” by Sarah Morgan with Rakuten Kobo. Wanted: willing apprentice to handle incorrigible, womanizing (but incredibly sexy) tycoon . Doukakis’s Apprentice (21st Century Bosses) by Sarah Morgan – book cover, description, publication history.

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The sensuality in the love scenes is astounding. But Polly doesn’t take any of that crap from him and puts him right back in his place and winds him around her little finger.

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Damon came on hard and tough, like he didn’t care, but he also cared about his employees. Good bantering and a great heroine.

The Prince’s Waitress Wife. Who deal with circumstances and fix what’s wrong in the best way possible.

I also thought the end was apperntice abrupt and there should have been resolution of how Damon comes around to change his mind about not pursuing a long-term relationship hide spoiler ]. The book blurb reads: Many Harlequin writers try to portray a strong heroine but fail, portraying a bitchy, irritating or annoying character instead.

Doukakis’s Apprentice

How can he deal with this new found truth about her now? Witty and brisk dialogues plus adorable characters u can’t help but love! She wasn’t a bitter at all about having only herself to depend on for everything and worked harder than anyone. August 17, Imprint: Doukakis when Polly came into his life. Don’t let any of this turn you off though because Damon may be alpha but he’s not an alphahole and he even apologises when he realises he’s wrong and Polly is no virginal wimp, she’s optimistic, stands up for herself, and just leads him a pretty dance throughout the boo Really good.


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This was repeatedly glossed over and defended eoukakis the heroine. One of the most best and enjoyable HP’s I’ve read. I thought this was a fun office romance, but with more emphasis on the fun and office than the romance.

Sunset in Central Park. And appremtice gets the man of her dreams. I loved the interaction between the h and her coworkers! One of the best harlequin books ever I’ve read. This is a beautifully written romance with all the classic elements of a Modern book, yet brought bang-up-to-date with witty dialogue and sparkling characters!

Lost to the Desert Warrior. Nov 07, Alba M. See this thread for more information. The Innocent’s One-Night Confession. She’s actually what makes this love story work for me.

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The Secret Mrgan Baby. This time he has taken off with her best friend and her friends older brother, the H, is not happy about this. Reread and enjoyed it just as much as the first time. Damon couldn’t see past the outside, the fae, energetic beauty of Polly, to believe that she was just as capable as he was. Not that Damon doesn’t try to pull doukzkis typical alpha hero I’m-a-real-jerk-and-I-don’t-do-commitment antics on her.


Doukakis’s Apprentice (21st Century Bosses) by Sarah Morgan

Please review your cart. It’s not at all a typical Presents, but not in that way that makes me think it was published in the wrong line — although not high on drama, it has just enough of everything it needs to feel right. In the Heat of the Spotlight. He finds out pretty quickly that Polly, the h, is the creative genius and energy behind the company’s best ad campaigns.

Then forget about each other. The Boss’s Nine-Month Negotiation. Just a little more internal introspection or even personal interaction outside of the business domain would have been nice. See if you have enough points for this item. The author never hit a false note in this story. Goodreads helps you aoprentice track of books you want to read.